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Maby a fellow Weight Watcher can only fully appreciate this recipe. I love it. The first time I ate this was at a friends house. I was pleased to find this recipe on Zaar. To me this is such a nice treat for just a point or two, depending on how much of a sweet tooth you have. Thanks for sharing.
Everyone that tried this at Thanksgiving really liked it. I mixed a large package of pudding to the pumpkin. I think a small package would have worked fine. Besides the large pack of sugar-frees does not weigh what she said it does. We well be making this again. Thank you for shaing.
Pumpkin pie? Nope. But very tasty. There is no way I could eat 2 cups and I love sweets! I added some pumpkin pie spice in with the pumpkin and pudding, and then folded in the cool-whip. Very yummy!
DH liked this better than I did but it is a quick low cal dessert for those of us on weight watchers. Just don't be expecting a piece of pumpkin pie!
I have made this Pumpkin fluff into a pie, it is easy just make fluff like it says and add a teaspoon or two of cornstarch no flavor difference, I used a granola crust that is already made and it turned out wonderful. No Pumpkin Fluff pie left overs.
This is THE best! I followed exactly and enjoyed it as a TV snack. My little toddler loves it too! Great fall recipe -- thank you for sharing!
I have made this recipe for every Thanksgiving dinner for the past 4 years and it is a big hit. The kids especially like it! It is so easy to make and tastes great!
I've made it twice already this season! Once with vanilla pudding and the other time with cheesecake pudding, both turned out great! It's a really nice way to get into the festivities of the season while still being guilt-free.
I gave rave reviews whenever I make this for family or church. The only change is I use cinnamon instead of pumpkin pie spice.
This was very good. I used sugar-free cheesecake pudding mix and added about 1/2 cup skim milk to the mixture. My hubby didn't like it, but me and my boys did! Thanks!